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Thursday 2 October, 2014 Advertising via Google and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter is on the rise, and online marketing firm Brandlective Communications has also noticed a rise in the demand for Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising. Pay Per Click or

Thursday 2 October, 2014 Following Hector Montalvo’s

Thursday 2 October, 2014 Tender is pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted for this year’s Guardian Charity Award. It is an inspirational reminder that the work they do preventing and addressing domestic and sexual violence in the lives of young people is making a notable difference and truly changing lives. For more information on Tender and they work they do, please contact Rebecca at or on 020 697 4279 The full shortlist can be found

Tuesday 30 September, 2014 Branching out into new areas enables small businesses to thrive and survive.

Tuesday 30 September, 2014 After a string of recent reports claiming consumers are growing tired of sharing information with businesses, a new study suggests otherwise. Direct marketing firm

Tuesday 30 September, 2014 Within higher education, a popular way to cut costs and boost competitiveness is to merge institutions. Over the last few decades, Australia, China, Europe and the USA have all witnessed mergers of higher education institutions (HEIs), mainly to bring economies of scale. Yet the question remains: what is the best size to ensure the highest competitiveness and quality of output? Our new working paper , co-authored by Dr. Nyasha Tirivayi , attempts to answer this question. Most universities and colleges need to juggle resources to maintain competitiveness, so directors have an interest in keeping costs down. Factors affecting these decisions include quantity and quality of output, whether to specialise or produce multiple outputs, and whether the institution should be small or large in terms of student enrolment or research. Mergers are often seen as a way to achieve economies of scale while reducing competition in the market. In this context, the education li

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Monday 29 September, 2014 200 guests from the mobile industry joined forces to raise over £80,000 to support Get Connected and Tablets for Schools, long term charity partners of Dixons Carphone, at a glittering quiz event on Wednesday 24th September. The event was generously sponsored by Northern & Shell and Wipro. Impressionist Jon Culshaw hosted the event, joined by Masterchef finalists Jack Lucas and Luke Owen, ‘Gastronaut’ Stephan Gates and former England cricketer Phil Tuffnell, who all allowed themselves to be auctioned on the night, helping out with specialist rounds. Violinist Lettice Rowbotham, who wowed on Britain’s Got Talent, provided fantastic live entertainment. Funds raised through this event will help to support children and young people across the UK to realise their potential, accessing the help they need and making the best of their educational opportunities. Get Connected is the UK’s only helpline dedicated to helping young people with absolutely anything.

Monday 29 September, 2014 NN Contemporary Art is delighted to present

Monday 29 September, 2014 Ace Cafe to Host Soldiering On Fundraiser LONDON – The legendary Ace Cafe London will show its support for UK Armed Forces by hosting a fundraiser ‘ Hotties at the Ace ’ for the Soldiering On Through Life Trust on Friday, 10 th October from 6pm. Ace Cafe patrons passionate about motorcycles, cars and rock n’ roll will have the opportunity to enter into the Soldiering On Grand Raffle for the chance to win a Triumph Bonneville, the most famous name in motorcycling. Grand Raffle tickets begin at £10 for a book of five tickets and may be purchased in person on the night or online at . Ace Cafe supporters will also have the opportunity to win a Breitling Navitimer 01 watch and six magnums of c Brut Reserve Champagne, along with a host of other prizes. “It’s up to each of us to do what we can to support the men and women who have put their lives at risk on behalf of us all” said Ace Cafe London Managing Director Mark Wilsmore. “Hosting t